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I use a FG stand on my MV, Ducati's and BMW..

The adaptor has a lock that screws into the shaft and also the shaft is on a bearing which allows you to spin the wheel without any problems..

I really rate these stands and have been using them for the last 10 years..

Here are some pics of the stand. Hope this helps explains the above set up..
Where can I get that adaptor/extension?

Thanks.
 

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"with the bike on the paddock stand i was happily cleaning the crud off the rear chain when without warning - plonk - it just fell away from me!"

I had that happen with an F3. I was using a stand that the dealer recommended. I noticed it was a bit flimsy, and then one day I was cleaning the chain, brushed against the bike as I was standing up, and the whole thing just crashed over.

Quite annoying.
 

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Get a Bursig stand and call it a day.
 

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Factory stands are just for display, Pitbull and Bursig are for maintenance.
 

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Wow
It's a laid back guy who drops his pride and joy on the deck, and first thought is to wander off and get his phone to take a pic!

I think I'd be showing less restraint in the same situation.
 

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Wow
It's a laid back guy who drops his pride and joy on the deck, and first thought is to wander off and get his phone to take a pic!

I think I'd be showing less restraint in the same situation.
I actually was waiting for a friend to help me lift it up to make sure that we did not add any new damages when lifting it up again. But now its in even better shape than before 😊
Tire Wheel Fuel tank Automotive tire Vehicle brake
 
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